New Shepard System (Blue Origin)
The Blue Origin New Shepard reusable launch system is a vertical-takeoff, vertical-landing (VTVL), suborbital manned rocket that is being developed by Blue Origin, a company owned by Amazon founder and businessman Jeff Bezos, as a commercial system for suborbital space tourism.
The New Shepard makes reference to the first United States astronaut in space, Alan Shepard.
On 23 November 2015, after reaching 100.5 km (330,000 ft) altitude in its second test flight, the booster rocket successfully performed a powered vertical soft landing.
Selecting the object named CONTROL (parents). Change the size, position and rotation of the whole. Ready for animation. Ready to render. Textures , materials, lights, camera included.
In OBJ format.
In the OBJ format all properties are maintained. The meshes of the objects are independent. Materials and textures included. The ZIP file contains: OBJ file, MTL file, and original texture map JPG and model in standard definition and high definition.
In FBX and MAX format.
The meshes of the objects are independent. Materials and textures included.
Change the frame on the timeline to change configuratiion of the ship.
in frame 1, everything is closed.(Ready for vertical takeoff)
in frame 24, Fins and airbrakes deployed.
in frame 36, Gear is deployed. (Ready for vertical landing).
in frame 60, Fins and airbrakes retracted and gear deployed. (Landing completed).
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HD shapes with the minimum possible number of polygons.
Ready to render.